Patrick Harrison: Modern NLP in Python | PyData DC 2016
Patrick Harrison: Modern NLP in Python
PyData DC 2016
Academic and industry research in Natural Language Processing (NLP) has progressed at an accelerating pace over the last several years. Members of the Python community have been hard at work moving cutting-edge research out of papers and into open source, “batteries included” software libraries that can be applied to practical problems. We’ll explore some of these tools for modern NLP in Python.
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